|Michael T. Klare on Libya, A Perfect Storm for Oil, People, and Corporations - Dori Smith|
Talk Nation Radio for February 24, 2011 Michael T. Klare on Libya, its People and its Oil A Perfect Storm for Oil, People, and Corporations TRT: 29:00 Produced by Dori Smith Download at Pacificaâs Audioport here or at Radio4all.net and Archive.org Michael T. Klare joins us to raise questions about US policy and what organizations might be able to help the people of Libya. There are growing challenges to the Obama administration and other major world powers to take action in response to violence...
Keywords: Oil; Libya; contracts; corporate interests in Libya; US Policy; President Barack Obama; Policy on Libya; A perfect storm
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 3 - Free Speech TV|
Amendment 911: A look at how 911 has evolved in american political and social arenas. Second part of an interview with Noam Chomsky on how American response to 911 has increased the likelihood of another attack. Media Education Foundation report on the appropriation of 911 to suit corporate interests and advance the Neocon Agenda.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; 911; Noam Chomsky; Corporate interests; Neocon Agenda
|People United - April 8, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about government targeting of activists with Will Potter, author of the book _Green Is the New Red: An Insider's Account of a Social Movement under Siege_; Scott Crow, author of the memoir _ Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective _; retired FBI agent Colleen Rowley; Michael May, who produced the segment "My Way or the FBI Way" for Public Radio International's _This American Life_, and who now ser...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Green Is the New Red; Will Potter; Scott Crow; Black Flags and Windmills; Colleen Rowley; FBI; The Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael May; My Way or the FBI Way; This American Life; Public Radio International; The Texas Observer; Debbie Russell; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; social movments; environmental activism; animal rights; arnarchists; informants; government surveillance; counterterrorism; terrorism; eco-terrorism; vandalism; sabotage; tactics; frame; framing; scapegoating; double standards; anti-abortion violence; white supremacy; religious right; Christian right; corporate interests; Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act; public sector; private sector; J Edgar Hoover; COINTELPRO; Counter Intelligence Program; Church Committee; Frank Church; Bush Administration; John Ashcroft; Justice Department; Obama Administration; September 11th; 9/11; Patriot Act; First Amendment; Republican National Convention; Brandon Darby; Brad Crowder; Bradley Crowder; David McKay; David McKay Trial; history; current events
|People United - November 2, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Patrick Michels of _The Texas Observer_ and Angela Valenzuela and Patricia Lopez of the Texas Center for Education Policy on high-stakes testing in Texas public schools. They spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on August 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Patrick Michels; The Texas Observer; Angela Valenzuela; Patricia Lopez; Texas Center for Education Policy; University of Texas at Austin; high-stakes testing; Texas; State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness; STAAR; Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills; TAKS; Texas Assessment of Academic Skills; TAAS; Texas State Legislature; legislative session; No Child Left Behind; George W Bush; public schools; public education; public sector; private sector; private contractors; corporate interests; education reform; accountability; framing; ideology; whiteness; people of color; minorities; blacks; African Americans; Hispanics; Latinos; civil rights; race; class; income; rich; poor; students; school districts; litigation; lobbying; activism; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; education policy; public policy; history; current events
|People United - March 25, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about labor and the public sector with Harriet Rowan, the University of Wisconsin senior that helped coordinate protests at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison; political analyst and former radio commentator Rahul Mahajan, currently a member of the UW-Madison Teaching Assistants Association; and documentary filmmaker Anne Lewis, who teaches at the University of Texas at Austin and sits on the Executive Board of the Texas State ...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Harriet Rowan; Rahul Mahajan; Anne Lewis; labor; the public sector; unions; neoliberalism; austerity; neoliberal austerity; Wisconsin; Scott Walker; Madison; Wisconsin State Capitol; collective bargaining; union certification; workers; University of Wisconsin at Madison; UW-Madison Teaching Assistants Association; TAA; Texas State Employees Union; Save Our Schools; Save Our State; solidarity; alliances; coalitions; special interests; corporate interests; Noam Chomsky; Antonio Gramsci; Hilda Solis; Clara Lemlich; William Cronon; Warren Knowles; New Deal; Reagan Era; common sense; ideology; articulation; rearticulation; populism; agenda; right to work; public services; state revenue; state government; Rainy Day Fund; labor movement; social movement; unemployed; drug testing; privacy rights; Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire; International Women's Day; centennial; legislature; legislators; Jobs with Justice; Green Party; Republican Party; Democratic Party; electoral politics; grassroots organizing